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Borrow A Kindle Fire At the MRCPL

7 Nov , 2016  

Did you know that you can now borrow a Kindle Fire with your Mansfield/Richland County Public Library library card?

Rental periods are for two weeks, and on the Fire you can read the eBook or eBooks of your choice – either ones pre-loaded on the device or those which can be downloaded from the Library eBook App. Six categories of eBooks come pre-loaded on the Kindle Fires from the MRCPL – Romance, Teen, Mystery & Suspense, SciFi/Fantasty/Horror, and “Clean Reads.” More…

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It’s Only Murder At The Playhouse

7 Nov , 2016  

The Mansfield Playhouse’s latest production is “It’s Only Murder,” a work by Sam Bobrick.

The respected website SamuelFrench.com profiles the play this way: More…

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Coffee Church

7 Nov , 2016  

Coffee Church on a beautiful fall morning. #relaxitsjustcoffee #holybean

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Richland County Votes

7 Nov , 2016  

Tomorrow is the day. After months of active campaigning, candidates for national, state, and local office face voters making important decisions.

Like the rest of the America, the election of a new President of the United States has arguably commanded the most attention. To that end, it seems a good time to look back at how Richland County has voted in the last four elections: More…

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Congrats, Lexington!

6 Nov , 2016  

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MANCI Holds Kickoff For Recovery First Pod

6 Nov , 2016  

The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction has shared the news that the Mansfield Correctional Institution recently held a “kickoff” for the Recovery First Pod.

At the event, Director Mohr addressed the audience and praised the hard work and efforts of the offenders and staff to make the program a reality. More…

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93 Middle School Students Honored For Academic Work

6 Nov , 2016  

Books and computer screens gave way to cake and milk this past Wednesday afternoon as Mansfield Middle School honored 93 students who earned honor roll status for the first grading period. Twenty-one of them had all A’s.

“We are here to celebrate your academic success. We appreciate your hard work,” Principal Robert McQuate told seventh- and eighth-graders who filled the library. McQuate introduced each student individually as he presented honor roll certificates. Counselor Kathi Gorbett added certificates for a free Taco Bell taco and Tyger pencils. More…

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Congrats, Flames – Final Four Bound

6 Nov , 2016  

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130 Years Of OSR

5 Nov , 2016